February 5, 2014 — Jian-Ping Wang, IonE Resident Fellow and Distinguished McKnight University Professor, College of Science & Engineering
Detecting pathogens in water and heavy metals in waste and fuels is a tricky business. Samples are often too small or diluted. And the presence of particulate and organic matter can make it difficult to separate out the targeted element. In this Frontiers talk, professor Wang will report on his research and the application of spintronic and nano magnetic technologies in detecting pathogens and heavy metals, such as mercury, in contaminated or potentially contaminated environmental sites.
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